Events and Volunteer Days

We re-launched our events and volunteering activities this year and enjoyed a sold-out Bird and Bat Box Building workshop early on in the year, as well as a volunteer day.  In the…

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Secret Meadows Inspired Holidays
Inspired Holidays
Now you can stay at White House Farm wildlife site and experience this special place through dawn and dusk.

The Sinfield Nature Conservation Trust is a Suffolk based charity established in 1994 to advance the conservation of wildlife and wild places.

In 2005, Stanley & Grace Sinfield's legacy enabled the Trust to purchase White House Farm Nature Reserve near Woodbridge, Suffolk. With over 100 acres of wild-flower meadows (including old hay meadows), woodland, scrub, natural regeneration and ponds, traditional management practices are retained, including conservation grazing with a small herd of British White and Red Poll cattle, hay cutting and coppicing.  Since the early 1970s, the northern fields have naturally regenerated.  We are furthering the nature-led development of these areas with light, varied grazing and minimal intervention to support the dynamic, self-sustaining system of rewilding, 


Visiting times during the open season

Open Season: 1st May to 30th September, 9 am to 6 pm daily. 

Members can visit outside of these dates and times by prior arrangement.

Please note there is a no dogs policy at the nature reserve.


Sinfield Trust events and volunteer days

Nature-inspired activities take place through the year including bird/bat/hedgehog box building, flora explorer, and family crafts in the woods.  You are also welcome to join us at our volunteer work parties.  

2020 Update:  In light of the COVID situation, the remaining events and volunteer days this year have been postponed to 2021.  Next year's will be announced on Eventbrite (link below) and to our mailing list in the autumn.

Event details can be found at:


"Our challenge now is to conserve the very nature of nature, which is the power to connect, to sustain, to heal and to invent; to keep filling the world with an infinite variety of wonders. That is how it is supposed to be. That is how we can move beyond saving bits and pieces of nature, and plan for the preservation of wholeness."

D. H. Chadwick

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